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The Mufti, or Master of the Law, plate 20 from Recueil de Cent Estampes representant differentes Nations du Levant tirees sur les Tableaux Peints dapres Nature...', engraved by Scotin, Gerard Jean Baptiste (1671-1716) 1707-08

by Jean Baptiste Vanmour

The Mufti, or Master of the Law, plate 20 from Recueil de Cent Estampes representant differentes Nations du Levant tirees sur les Tableaux Peints dapres Nature...
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The Mufti, or Master of the Law, plate 20 from Recueil de Cent Estampes representant differentes Nations du Levant tirees sur les Tableaux Peints dapres Nature...', engraved by Scotin, Gerard Jean Baptiste (1671-1716) 1707-08 - Jean Baptiste Vanmour

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English: "The Mufti, or Master of the Law, plate 20 from Recueil de Cent Estampes representant differentes Nations du Levant tirees sur les Tableaux Peints dapres Nature...', engraved by Scotin, Gerard Jean Baptiste (1671-1716) 1707-08" oil on Canvas.
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